Dodgers to Host Inaugural Interactive Drive Thru Celebration
Fans looking to celebrate the Holidays responsibly have the opportunity to so at Chavez Ravine. The Dodgers announced today that they will be holding their inaugural drive-thru HOliday festival beginning on Friday, November 27th.
The festival will feature LED Video displays, holiday light shows. fake snow, Dodgers elves, and even an appearance by Santa. Tickets for the Holiday event will go on sale Tuesday, November 17th at 10:00 a.m. on the team website.
The festival will operate from 5 p.m to 11 p.m. most nights during the holiday season. Ticket prices range from $55 to $115 per car depending on the day and time of your entry. Tickets MUST be purchased in advance to enter.
The full drive-thru experience is expected to take about 20-30 minutes to complete, per the team press release. The experience will include numerous displays honoring the Dodgers’ World Championship and celebrating the holidays.
The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation will also be coordinating contactless donations of new or gently used baseball and softball equipment to benefit Dodgers RBI as part of the festival. For the safety of all fans visiting, everyone must remain in their vehicles at all times. The team also requests that fans wear face coverings if they choose to roll their windows down during the festival.
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I feel the Dodgers should donate tickets for the event, give them away and set a limit how many people can attend so it is not a fiasco. Everyone is not as fortunate as those working in some capacity , actors ,musicians , those who have a good income. A starting price of $55.00 is quite a bit of money to some families for their child or families to get to enjoy a special…. Christmas Celebration …. Did the Dodgers officials forget ??? There is a pandemic going on a quite a few people CANNOT attend because food and family survival comes first and they are much less fortunate than those who can by far attend without blinking an eye ! The Dodgers surely can afford to let people attend free of charge just limit how many will be allowed. A 20 or 30 minute drive through at the price ,better be worth it ! Again it is a totally different year this year 2020 not like in the past.I am not ,nor do I live in California .Happy Holidays.
How about free for people actually from LA and not band-wagoneers!?! Got my birth certificate ready!!!!
Totally agree, to many people who have not supported the Dodgers will want to hop on. Have a super safe and great Holidays .